Lie, cheat & recruit (video)

News & Politics

"[An Army recruiter] wanted me to lie about where I lived... because it's easier to get police records from the city next to me," reports David McSwane, a high school journalist who went undercover to expose the unethical recruiting methods necessary to overcome the severe shortage in volunteers. Watch Al Franken and the Times' Bob Herbert discuss the dirty deeds with McSwane. (video courtesy of Crooks & Liars)

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